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Good luck and Vamos Rafa<3
How lovely to see this sportsmanship!
I won’t be able to support Rafa in front of my TV during the Paris Master as well as the WTF in London😥
I hope Rafa will be the one lifting the year end no 1 trophy, not Djoker.
May the year end with Rafa being strong and well. If so….he will end up where he wants to be, nunber1.
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VAMOS SWEETHEART!!!!!!!!!:) YOU LOOK SO STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL OUT THERE!!!!!!!!!:)
Rafa and Nole practiced for two hours, according to ATP staff.
“The top two seeds put aside the magnitude of what’s at stake and had a two-hour practice on centre court, closing out their early afternoon session with competitive match play. Nadal led Djokovic 6-4, 2-2, before they moved to a tie-break that the Serbian won. Nadal and Djokovic carried themselves with the intensity that fans have come to expect, but still shared a few lighthearted moments on court.
I’m not sure if we can see this in any other sport, but here we like to keep things simple,” said Nadal’s coach, former World No. 1 Carlos Moya. “Why couldn’t we practise with Djokovic? We’ve tried on many occasions, but weren’t able to do it due to scheduling issues.”
Some in the media are calling this practice session a “rare” occasion. No argument from me there.
Yesterday @RolexParisMasters posted the same video with the heading
“Masters of the Masters Titles”
1. Rafael Nadal 35
2. DjokerNole 33
At least the media finally got something right.
Rafa to make it 36. How sweet it would be.
I will 😂 if I see headlines calling it a “bromance.”
I find it strange that they are practising together, but you know what they say ” keep your friends close and your enemies (on the tennis court) even closer”. Just joking btw.
It’s nice to see them practice together (don’t think they usually do that). Best of luck for Rafa at Paris Open!